Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) October 2010

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S J Saltman 03 Dec 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Rural Centres - Visions and Proposals Martock Martock

  • Comment ID: 1383
  • Response Type: Object
7.37 I make the observation that Martock should be referred to as a Rural Centre in line with Policy SS1. 7.40 I support that self-containment is an issue for Martock. As one who out commutes to Dorchester I also support the Employment land Review (ELR) that "there is no need for additional allocation and any further proposals can be met through a development Management Approach". I object that "providing more employment opportunities in Martock could potentially reduce the level of out commuti
Environment Agency (Mr M Holm) 03 Dec 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Rural Centres - Visions and Proposals Martock Martock

  • Comment ID: 933
  • Response Type: Observation
The document stipulates that there is a functional floodplain to the west. 96 dwellings commited, 150 additional. 2.14 ha employment. 1.17 ha provided by saved local plan allocation on land West Ringwell Hill will be mixed development. Development in flood risk areas must be avoided on accordance with Policy EQ1.
M W Slade and Son Ltd 22 Nov 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Rural Centres - Visions and Proposals Martock Martock

  • Comment ID: 2712
  • Response Type: Object
Paragraphs 7.37 - 7.44 inclusive Martock We support the identification of Martock as a Rural Centre. However, as shown on the Martock inset map, for planning purposes the centre also includes the adjoining settlement of Bower Hinton, Paragraphs 7.37 - 7.44 should be reworded to make this clear.
Christopher Price 19 Nov 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Rural Centres - Visions and Proposals Martock Martock

  • Comment ID: 201
  • Response Type: Object
I am commenting on the text set against Martock from paragraph 7.40 onwards. 7.40 Martock does not have a good variety of services, at best it can be described as average to poor. We are led to believe the petrol station and its shop at the north of the village will close to allow housing development. The dentist was unable to take additional patients; the surgery is seen as providing a below average service by many. It is closed on a Wednesday afternoon. The service provided by the chemist (pr
Christopher Price 19 Nov 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Rural Centres - Visions and Proposals Martock Martock

  • Comment ID: 202
  • Response Type: Observation
Further to my previous comments I should have pointed out that I am the Chair of Making the Most of Martock Community Partnership and that is why I feel in a position to attach a copy of the survey for your information.
Rosemary Price 30 Oct 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Rural Centres - Visions and Proposals Martock Martock

  • Comment ID: 117
  • Response Type: Observation
I have been to the meeting in the Market Place and would like to make the following observations. Please note that in Bower Hinton we did not receive the pamphlet advising us of this key meeting and on speaking to a Council representative it was confirmed that Martock Post Office did not deliver all the pamphlets - is this correct? Noted in the document: Martock Business Park is mentioned - as far as I can see from the signs - road signs and the entry to the site it is the Martock Industrial